The global law firm of Winston & Strawn on Aug. 6 announced the launch of a new environmental, social, and governance (ESG) advisory team, co-chaired by Houston-based partners Mike Blankenship and Eric Johnson
Marine technology is advancing rapidly to improve simulations, monitoring, weather forecasting, inspections and digitalization needed for safer mooring systems.
Last year, New Mexico passed a law called the Produced Water Act, giving energy regulators the authority to develop rules on how the wastewater can be used outside the oil and gas industry.
The new 'energy and infrastructure' group will be led by company veteran Tom Greenberg, who co-headed Credit Suisse's global oil and gas business, and Jonathon Kaufman, who joined the bank from rival Deutsche Bank.
If the industry wants continued capital investment, it will have to up its game. Our virtual panel discusses what you need to know to be ready for increased scrutiny and requirements of an ESG future.
Effective immediately, Deutsche Bank said it would cease financing new projects in the Arctic or oil sand projects.
Last month, a state grand jury's report highlighted the failure of government agencies to oversee the oil and gas fracking industry and protect residents.
Chevron CEO Mike Wirth provides four takeaways from the supermajor’s offer to buy Noble Energy in a deal worth $13 billion, including debt.
A group of the world's top oil companies, comprised of 12 members including Saudi Aramco, China's CNPC and Exxon Mobil, have for the first time set goals to cut their greenhouse gas emissions as a proportion of output.
Reducing emissions remains a goal of oil and gas companies despite current challenges, industry groups say.